March 18, 2017
Capen House is a gorgeous home nestled in the trees along Osceola Lake. Originally built in 1885, it went through many owners. After its final sale in 2013 it was going to be demolished. That is before the Winter Park community and Preservation Capen raised the money to save it. It joined the Albin Polasek Museum, quiet literally. The home was cut in half and floated across 2 barges to merge with the museum. After perfecting the details over 2 years of renovation, the home now is a perfectly historic Winter Park venue, and the beautiful backdrop of Shelby and Aaron's wedding day.
One of our favorite details from their wedding is the altar arrangement that Shelby requested.
A seven foot tall wreath! Flower No. 5 made it happen.
The bride's words
"Janie is a blessing! She absolutely made our wedding, and I cannot imagine the day without her. I had many guests comment on how stress free I was throughout the weekend, and it was all because of her. She fit seamlessly behind the scenes, taking care of more than I asked her to, and became like family. We are just so thankful for her coordination of our day. She traveled thousands of miles to be there, and we are forever grateful. You simply could not pick a better planner. Thank you Janie!"
one year later
Congratulations Shelby and Aaron on one year of marriage! Cheers to forever!
Ceremony and Reception Location: Capen House | Photography: Ashtin Paige | Catering: Swine & Sons and 4 Rivers Smokehouse | Linens: Linens by the Sea | Flowers: Flower No. 5 | Rentals: Orlando Wedding and Party Rental | Makeup: About Face Design Team | Hair: Tresses Hair | Transportation: The Night Train | Cake: Publix |